Violence has been witnessed in several communities around the world due to different reasons. Kenya has been one of the countries which have been recording different forms of violence day and night. Many have been gender-based violence where men and women, wife and husband, girlfriend and boyfriends have been killing each other.
Another form of violence that has been witnessed is killing a neighbour because of lands, properties, abuse and many more. The latest one is of a man from Kericho county who killed his neighbour because of a debt of 400. The man who was killed is believed to have borrowed some foodstuffs from his neighbours who owns a shop but he declined to pay him back.
This started as a confrontation between the two who comes from "Sibaiyan" Village in Kericho Country before the shopkeeper stabbed him and killed him ok the spot. Resident who witnessed the incident wanted to harm the shopkeeper, but the police responded quickly and arrested the shopkeeper who is in custody until Monday when he will be taken to court.
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